Twitter not kind for the presentation of the Eurovision Song Contest: “Too terrible for words”

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Talking to each other over a four-hour show, it’s not easy. That sometimes became very (painfully) clear during the Eurovision Song Contest when singer Mika switched a few countries with each other. Many also found the presentation to be substandard.

Laurence Torck

Twitter is not kind to the presenters of the Eurovision Song Contest. Because the online world doesn’t seem to like the presentation. The Twitter world finds it hilarious that Mika also switched countries. Because that’s how the Netherlands was announced, while it was Poland’s turn. Mika then said that he was with Spain, when it was actually Romania.

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